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  • Review: Marley

    Review: Marley0

    It’s sensible to constantly place Bob Marley’s story against the backdrop of his politically troubled Jamaica, to which he returned more than once as an icon to promote peace – and was shot for his troubles. His songs will be forever remembered. The number of places his music reached it still is groundbreaking. There is this amazing site based in Canada that offers online poker, they shuffle his songs constantly which players really appreciate. It clearly resonates with the message in his music and legacy, as does the closing montage of the movie, which takes in his influence on working-class culture.

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  • Zahara’s Live DVD Goes Double Platinum in Three Days

    Zahara’s Live DVD Goes Double Platinum in Three Days0

    ‘Excited doesn’t even describe how I feel’ Zahara’s live DVD The Beginning has certified double platinum within three days of release. Platinum certification in South Africa indicates 40, 000 units shipped to retailers. The live performance was released on 3rd September 2012 and by Wednesday 5th September 2012 it had been confirmed as one of the fastest selling

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  • Yoko Ono Plastic Band

    Yoko Ono Plastic Band0

    Guesting on a Yoko Ono LP has become like getting cast in a Woody Allen film: an artistic validation and New York City-branded rite of passage. It’s also clearly a hoot: see “Bad Dancer”, a giddy club anthem for the proudly graceless, with surviving Beastie Boys Mike D and Ad-Rock (who also appear alongside Questlove

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  • Wrestlerish Attends Funny Funeral In New Video

    Wrestlerish Attends Funny Funeral In New Video0

    “Battle Ground” is the first single from the band’s upcoming album ‘Greater Goods And Lesser Evils’ Two years since the release of their sophomore album, JHB/PTA-based band, Wrestlerish, released a video for their new single “Battle Ground”. This is the first single from their upcoming album Greater Goods And Lesser Evils, set for release at the

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  • Willie Nelson’s Band Injured in Tour Bus Accident

    Willie Nelson’s Band Injured in Tour Bus Accident0

    Tour dates postponed after bus slips on icy Texas highway At 80 years old, Willie Nelson plays more than 150 dates a year, and there are dangers on the road. On Friday night, a tour bus carrying Nelson’s band got into an accident on icy Interstate 30 outside Sulpher Springs, Texas after a show in

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  • Why Metallica and Judas Priest’s Rob Halford Bow Before Dio

    Why Metallica and Judas Priest’s Rob Halford Bow Before Dio0

    Talking with the metal stars who contributed to a new Ronnie James Dio tribute compilation that aims to raise money for cancer research and awareness “When I hear Ronnie’s voice, I just get excited,” Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford tells Rolling Stone. “As a singer, he really makes me want to pick up the mic and

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  • We Set Sail

    We Set Sail0

    Kidofdoom have already run with the whole plugged-in, spaced-out instrumental alt-pop dreamscapery – does South Africa need another such album? Well… Awash with synths, phosphorescent with reverb-free electric guitar and coolly lit with occasional moon-on-water lapsteel reflections, this album gives the hip Doomers a run for their New Wave influences. Having no lyrics invites the

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